Jinghan Zeng is a Professor of China and International Studies and Director of the Confucius Institute at Lancaster University. Prior to his time at Lancaster University he co-founded the Centre for Politics in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East (AAME) at the University of London’s Royal Holloway College.
Professor Zeng’s research interest lies in the field of China’s domestic and international politics with a particular focus on China’s role in global economic governance.
Beeson, Mark, and Jinghan Zeng. “The BRICS and Global Governance: China’s Contradictory Role.” Third World Quarterly 39.10 (2018): 1962-1978.
Jones, Lee, and Jinghan Zeng. “Understanding China’s ‘Belt and Road Initiative’: Beyond ‘Grand Strategy’ to a State Transformation Analysis.” Third World Quarterly (2019): 1-28.
Zeng, Jinghan. “Is China Committed to Peaceful Rise? Debating How to Secure Core Interests in China.” International Politics 54.5 (2017): 618-636.